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Become a full-stack developer using JavaScript with cutting edge technology on both Client and Server | Build full stack JavaScript apps with the MEAN stack, using Node.js, AngularJS, Express and MongoDB | taught by Full Stack Training

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MEAN is a collection of JavaScript-based technologies — MongoDB, Express.js, AngularJS, and Node.js — used to develop web applications. From the client and server sides to databases, MEAN is a full-stack development toolkit. Play through the following five courses to become a MEAN stack developer and earn a new badge!

After Successfully Completion Of  This Course You Are Able To Do This.

  • Backend Developers
  • Frontend Developers
  • Fullstack Developers
  • Game Developers
  • Mobile Developers
  • GIS Developers

Become a MEAN Stack Developer Beginners to Advanced Training

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  • Introduction to AngularJS
  • AngularJS Services
  • MongoDB Data Model
  • MongoDB Administration
  • Introduction to Node.js
  • Debugging and Unit testing on Node.js
  • Express Middleware
  • Introduction to Single Page Applications
  • Jade Template Engine

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About the MEAN Stack Training/Internship 

The MEAN Stack Development Training is primarily designed for UI Developer(s)/Web Developer(s) who want to learn how to develop high performance, event-driven, real-time and scalable networking and web applications. In this Training, you will learn the JavaScript, ES6, Angular, Node.js, MongoDB, Mongoose, Express and JavaScript Task runner (Gulp) fundamental like database, express routes, bootstrap process, directives, statements, routes, pipes, services, HTTP web server, handle requests & responses, event-driven communications, handling databases and much more

Course Description:

Learn all of the different aspects of full stack JavaScript development using the MEAN stack. We’re not talking about any generators or MEAN frameworks here, we’re talking about a full understanding of MongoDB, Express, AngularJS and Node.js. Throughout this Training we’ll show you how to use each of these technologies, and how to use them together.

MEAN (MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, and Node.JS) represents a new breed of software platforms that creatively leverage a stack of production-ready technologies cantered on JavaScript. This course introduces students to the essential concepts, design principles, idioms, and techniques behind the efficient use of the MEAN JavaScript Technology Stack. Upon completion of this training course, students will have solid understanding of MEANS’ value proposition; they will also gain practical experience working with all the components of the MEAN stack. Comprehensive hands on exercises are integrated throughout to reinforce learning and develop real competency.

Build Great JavaScript Applications using MongoDB, Express, AngularJS and Node.js

The overall aim of the course is to enable you to confidently build all different types of application using the MEAN stack.

To do this, the course is divided into four sections, each section focusing on a different goal. The four sections all work together building a full application, with an overall outcome of showing how to architect and build complete MEAN applications.

The breakdown of sections looks like this:

  1. By the end of section one you will be able to set up a web-server using Node.js and Express, to listen for requests and return responds.
  2. By the end of section 2 you will be able to design NoSQL databases and work with MongoDB from the command line and from Node and Express.
  3. After section 3 you will be able to design and build robust REST APIs using Node.js, Express and MongoDB, following industry best practices.
  4. By the end of section four you will be able to build high quality AngularJS single page applications (SPAs), following industry best practices.
  5. When you have finished with section five you will able to add authentication to the MEAN stack, enabling users to log in and manage sessions.

What are the requirements?

  • You should be familiar with HTML, CSS and JavaScript
  • You will need a text editor (like Sublime Text) or IDE (like Webstorm)
  • You will need a computer on which you have the rights to install new software

What am I going to get from this course?

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Build full stack applications in JavaScript using the MEAN technologies
  • Architect MEAN stack applications from scratch
  • Design and build RESTful APIs using Node.js, Express and MongoDB
  • Create and use MongoDB databases
  • Develop modular, maintainable Single Page Applications using AngularJS

With this course you will also get:

  • Five tests with a whole bunch of questions about all of the technologies
  • 3 Live Project
  • discussion forum where you can ask questions if you get stuck or something doesn’t work
  • Links to download the source code and a GitHub repo
  • Several activities to complete
  • certificate of completion when you’ve done all of the sections and passed all of the tests

What is the target audience?

This course is meant for anyone who wants to start building full stack JavaScript applications in Node.js, AngularJS, Express and MongoDB. It starts from the basic concepts of each technology, so user’s experienced in a particular area will be able to speed through these sections. This course assumes you have some JavaScript knowledge, and does not teach JavaScript itself.


Introduction to MEAN

  • Defining MEAN
  • Studying the Architecture of MEAN
  • Scope of MEAN
  • Benefits of Using MEAN
  • Application of MEAN
  • The Four Building Components
  • An Insight into Mongo DB
  • An Insight into Express
  • An Insight into Angular.js
  • An Insight into Node.js
  • Collaboration of the Four technologies
  • Outcome and Deployment

Understanding MongoDB and NoSQL

  • Scope of NoSQL
  • What is MongoDB
  • Data Types in MongoDB
  • Planning Data Model
  • Creating MongoDB Environment
  • How to Administer User Accounts
  • How to Configure Access Control
  • How to Administer Databases
  • How to Manage Collections.

The Collaboration of MongoDb and Node.js

  • MongoDb: Overview, Structure, and Application
  • Commands: Shell and Native
  • Various Models
  • js and its application
  • What is Node Package Manager
  • MongoDb plus node.js    
  • MongoDb and its connection with shell
  • Event Loop and Node.js
  • Testing with Mocha
  • json: npm run-script
  • Mocha tests with gulp
  • MongoDB Schema Design    
  • Schema Design Principles: Store what you query for and Principle of least cardinality
  • Retail Application Schema: product, category, and user and cart.

Getting Started with MongoDB and Node.js

  • How to add MongoDB Driver to Node.js
  • How to connect to MongoDB from Node.js
  • Objects used in the MongoDB Node.js Driver
  • How to Access and Manipulate Databases and Collections
  • How to Manipulate MongoDB Documents from Node.js
  • Database Change Options and Database Update Operators
  • Adding Documents to a Collection
  • Getting Documents from a Collection
  • Updating Documents in a Collection
  • Modifying and Saving Documents in a Collection
  • Deleting Documents from a Collection
  • What is a Data Set
  • Query Objects
  • Specific Sets of Documents
  • Counting Documents
  • Limiting, Sorting, and Grouping Result Sets
  • MapReduce and Results

Express Middleware

  • What is Middleware
  • Query Middleware
  • How to serve Static Files
  • POST Body Data and Cookies
  • How to implement Sessions
  • Basic HTTP Authentication
  • Session Authentication
  • Facebook access token authentication

Mongoose, Schema and Validation

  • What is Mongoose?
  • How to connect to MongoDB using Mongoose
  • What is a Schema
  • How to compile a Model
  • Understanding Objects: Query and Document
  • Finding, Adding, Updating, Removing, and Aggregating Documents by using Mongoose
  • How to use Validation Framework
  • How to Implement Middleware Functions
  • An Insight into Advanced MongoDB Concepts
  • Adding Indexes
  • Capped Collections, Replication, and Sharding
  • How to implement a GridFS Store
  • How to repair a MongoDB Database  

The Collaboration between Express and Node.js

  • Overview, Structure, and Installation of Express
  • Generating a Web Application using Express
  • Matters of Authentication
  • Configuring Routes
  • Objects: Request and Response
  • How to implement a Template Engine
  • Functioning of Socket.IO
  • Interdependence of Express and Node.js
  • Defining REST API
  • API: Product, Category, Card APIs
  • Integrating Functions
  • MongoDB Text Search
  • Open Exchange Rates

AngularJS, MongoDB, and Node.js

  • Overview of Angular JS
  • Application of Angular JS
  • AngularJS Lifecycle
  • Developing Web Page with AngularJS
  • Hello World AngularJS
  • AngularJS Modules: Set-Up and Architecture
  • Modules and Dependency Injection
  • How to Integrate AngularJS with JavaScript and jQuery
  • Adding AngularJS to Node.js Environment
  • Scopes and Scope Hierarchy
  • Broadcasting and Emitting Events
  • Templates and views, Expressions and Filters
  • Controllers and Filters: Inbuilt Filters and Custom Filters
  • Services and Client-side Routing
  • Routes and Directives
  • Using Built-in Directives
  • Creating your own Directives to Extend HTML
  • Creating Nested Routes and Application
  • Inbuilt Directives and Inbuilt Pipes
  • AngularJS Services: Built-in and Custom Services
  • CRUD commands in MongoDB
  • REST/HTTP requests in a REST API  

Create your Shopping Cart and Build Web Application Components

  • Shopping Cart: Description of the Project
  • Shopping Cart: Libraries and Project Directory Structure
  • Shopping Cart: Customer, Product, and Orders Models
  • Creating Shopping Cart Server
  • Shopping Cart: Implementation of the Routes to support Product, Cart, and Order Requests
  • Shopping Cart and Checkout Views
  • Shopping Cart: Model-Based Controller Routes
  • Web Application: Description of the Project
  • Web Application: Libraries and Project Directory Structure
  • Web Application: creating Application Server
  • Web Application: Routes to Support views
  • Web Application: Tabbed View and Weather Service View
  • Web Application: Draggable Elements and Dynamic Data Access
  • Initializing the Application
  • Summary

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